Blues forward McDonald activated after missing 24 games with concussion

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ST. LOUIS - St. Louis Blues forward Andy McDonald has been activated from the injured list after missing 24 games with a concussion.

The Blues announced the move Wednesday and McDonald is expected to play Friday at home against the Edmonton Oilers. The 33-year-old has eight goals and nine assists in 25 games.

He was injured Dec. 4 in Edmonton. The Blues still are without forward David Perron, who sustained a concussion in early November.

The Blues assigned rookie forward Philip McRae to Peoria of the AHL.

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